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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • abbreviation kilometers per hour

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  • More common is the SS N 22 Sunburn, speed 3600 kmph, warhead, 320kgs, range 110km.

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  • The Reva NXR will run on a lithium-ion battery and will have a top speed of 104 kmph and a range of 160 km on a full charge.

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  • This flagship 6. 3-litre engine, now converted to FSI direct injection, will deliver 500 horsepower and 625Nm of max torque, giving it sport scar-like acceleration 0-100 kmph in 4.7 seconds, nearly as quick as a Lamborghini Gallardo.

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  • In 'Auto,' whenever the speed crosses the 120 kmph threshold, the suspension lowers the car by 20 mm for enhanced aerodynamics.

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  • In ‘Dynamic, 'the car is lowered by 10 mm and lowers another 10 mm when speeds cross 120 kmph.

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  • The Reva NXR will run on a lithium-ion battery and will have a top speed of 104 kmph and a range of 160 km on a full charge.

    India's EV Play

  • In fact, way back in 1978, the Sikri Committee had recommended setting up AWS on all trunk routes with a speed level of 100 kmph and above in all passenger and goods train networks.

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  • In 'Auto,' whenever the speed crosses the 120 kmph threshold, the suspension lowers the car by 20 mm for enhanced aerodynamics.

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  • In fact, way back in 1978, the Sikri Committee had recommended setting up AWS on all trunk routes with a speed level of 100 kmph and above in all passenger and goods train networks.

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  • In ‘Dynamic, 'the car is lowered by 10 mm and lowers another 10 mm when speeds cross 120 kmph.

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